Out of the Classroom, Into
The Future of
Analyst, Simba Information
Marc J. Rosenberg, Ph.D.
Vice President of Marketing, GeoLearning
Captain Christian Volkle
Out of the Classroom, Into the Workplace
Welcome to Simba Information’s exclusive Webinar
discussing the future of E-Learning.
• Simba’s opinion of the E-Learning landscape
• Beyond E-Learning – Marc J. Rosenberg, Ph.D.
• Top Trends in E-Learning – William Hipwell
• Choosing the Right LMS Partner – Capt. Chris Volkle
The Advent of E-Learning
• Helping corporations move closer to providing a cost-effective and fast method of training employees.
• Simba estimates E-Learning will remain the fastest growing segment.
• Sales at the top 10 firms are projected to increase an
estimated 30.5% to $437.6 million in 2005 compared to a 43.6% increase for the E-Learning market overall.
• Simba estimates total E-Learning sales to reach $982.7 million by the close of 2005.
Beyond E-Learning – Marc J. Rosenberg, Ph.D.
More information about Marc is available at
Dr. Marc J. Rosenberg is a leading management consultant, best selling author, speaker and
educator in the fields of training, organizational learning, E-Learning, knowledge management and performance improvement.
Top Trends in E-Learning – William Hipwell
Vice President of Marketing, GeoLearning, Inc.
More information about GeoLearning is available at www.geolearning.com
Vice President, Marketing GeoLearning, Inc.
Will oversees the worldwide marketing activities of GeoLearning, including the overall positioning and promotion of the company’s e-learning products and
Major Trend: Convergence
HRIS/LMS Business Process
Outsourcing Human Capital Management CRM Talent Management
The Holy Grail of the Convergence
9 Competency Management
9 Performance Management
9 Succession Planning
9 Training & Readiness
9 Workforce Optimization
• Return on Investment & Value
• Earned Value Management
• Not just SAVE $$$, but MAKE $$$
• Profit Centers:
The Need for Speed
• 72% Time Critical
• Limited Budgets
• Extreme Turnaround Time
Speed as Advantage
• Speed is a competitive advantage
• Market Values Nimbleness
• Elephants vs. Gazelles
Training Outsourcing• $1.1 billion industry • 40% CAGR • Out-Tasking $44.2 billion • Top Reasons: 9Cost cutting
9 Focus on core business
9 Create variable cost structure 9 Access needed skills
The Transition of TrainingSou rce of Learning ROI Cost Avoidance Reduction 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2005 Efficiency “Skills” Leadership & Personal Development “Leadership” Technology “Internet Services” Value “Strategic Sourcing” 1900s – 1930s On-the-Job “Skills” Methodology Content Services
Post War Boom Civil Rights
Movement Industrial Revolution Information Technology Revolution Source: TrainingOutsourcing.com © 2005
2004 - $119B Corporate Spend for Learning
Corporate Training Spending
2004 N.A. Market
$119.3BInsourced $74.0B Out-Tasked Outsourcing $44.2B (8% CAGR) Training BPO $1.1B (40% CAGR)
Cost Cutting Focus on Core of the Business
Create Variable Cost Structure
What is Outsourced?47% LMS 28% LCMS 42% Virtual Classroom 40% Collaboration Systems 20% Content Development 47% LMS 28% LCMS 42% Virtual Classroom 40% Collaboration Systems 20% Content Development 85% 22% 13% LMS and Learning Technology Training Administration Vendor Management
The Executive View
selecting a training supplier:
Most important criteria in
0 5 10 15 20 25
Training Professionals Most Often Say
Reputation for Quality
Talent Level of Staff
Cost Management Commitment Speed in Delivery Quality in RFP Other Industry Experience
Vice President, Marketing GeoLearning, Inc. email@example.com • Talent Management • Validation • Speed • Outsourcing
Capt. Christian Volkle
Manager, Fleet Training, Holland America Line
Choosing the Right LMS Partner
• Graduate of Massachusetts Maritime Academy with a BS
degree in Marine Transportation, spent over 15 years working at sea aboard tankers, freighters, containerships and other
• With Holland America Line for three years, started as an Environmental Officer aboard the m/s Ryndam.
• Currently responsible for safety, security, environmental, technical and regulatory training for a fleet of 16 cruise ships that operate worldwide.
What’s in Store for E-Learning
• Simba estimates that total global sales of corporate training products and services by U.S.-based providers will reach $12.6 billion by 2008.
• Live E-Learning via virtual classroom market to remain the smallest but fastest-growing segment.
• Cost savings will remain a high priority for most companies.
• Consolidation will remain an attractive option as companies look to capitalize on similar market strategies and increase market share by pooling collective properties.
What Makes Simba’s Data Unique?
• The Corporate Training Group – a team of veteran, industry journalists
• Independent of any vested interest within the industry
• Corporate Training & Development Advisor
• Research databank of 10 years of
independent information for analysis and projections
• Interviews with key executives
• Current and archived content from Simba’s original, targeted research reports
• Corporate Training & Development Advisor
• Annual reports, SEC filings
• Financial analysts
Corporate Training & Development Products
Information concerning Simba Information products: Greg Loxton
Phone: (908) 219-0134
Questions concerning this presentation: Stephanie Fagnani
Phone: (845) 440-0026